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The Wee Tram - Titanic Quarter

Calling at Titanic Belfast, Olympic Way, Belfast, Co Antrim, BT3 9EP
The Wee Tram - Titanic Quarter

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Take a tram ride around Belfast's Titanic Quarter, with its many attractions, in carriages inspired by the tram cars that ran through Titanic’s shipyard.

In 1912, Titanic's builders were transported to and from the shipyard by frequent, pollution-free, electrically-powered trams. And now, in the emerging and inspiring surroundings of the Titanic Quarter, the tram is back!

The Wee Tram is a hop-on-hop-off transport service around the Titanic Quarter. Passengers travel in carriages purpose-built to echo the outlines, proportions and colour schemes of the 1912 tram cars – and just like the originals, electricity provides the motive power. Passengers can even echo the past themselves by wearing their very own Edwardian 'duncher' (the yardman’s flat cap)!

The tram route is a ‘figure-of-eight' continuous loop with its centre at the iconic Titanic Belfast, the world’s largest Titanic visitor attraction.

The route also brings you up close and personal with historic Titanic landmarks – the Drawing Offices where she was designed, the Slipways where she was built and launched, and the Thompson Dock where she was fitted-out and stood on dry ground for the last time.

The route also visits the host of creative new enterprises and initiatives in the area such as the movie studios located in an old shipyard shed, the SSE Arena, Northern Ireland Science Park and Public Records Office of Northern Ireland.

The story of the Titanic Quarter comes to life on board. You’ll hear amazing stories of the shipyard, with photography, video material and local knowledge on screens in each tram carriage.

Now running daily 10am – 6pm, The Wee Tram leaves Titanic Belfast every half hour.

Simply hop on at any one of the eight stops all across Titanic Quarter, and buy tickets on board via cash or card. Children must be supervised by an adult at all times. The tram is wheelchair-accessible and has rain covers, making it a great wet-weather day out!

See website for full price details. Tram tickets are valid for two days and combination discounts are available with partner attractions and the City Sightseeing Bus Tour. Ask us about group bookings!

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